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Alternance Aerospace : work-study in high-tech fields

Aeronautics, space, embedded systems but also materials, mechanics, robotics, automotive, energy, digital… Find your next work-study program with the Alternance Aerospace forum ! The Alternance Aerospace initiative was created to facilitate recruitment for companies in the aeronautical field, but also to allow students to have easier access to a complete catalog of offers and training.…

Eduardo Sanchez defended his thesis learning data representations of satellite image

On 17th February 2021, Eduardo Sanchez defended his thesis by zoom. Awarded by Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier University, his work was realized both at IRIT and IRT Saint Exupéry, under the supervision of EDMITT doctoral school.The high quality and the relevance of Eduardo’s thesis contributed to get significant results as a part of Synapse project.…

New year, new us.

2021 began with the reveal of our new graphic identity. An evolution for new objectives and a better readability, while remaining connected to the foundations that have contributed to our development. Discover it now. “2020 will undoubtedly be remembered as the year of an unprecedented health crisis. But it also marked a significant change in…

LMD-powder process: the DePÔz project has reached a new level of technological maturity through the design and manufacture of a unique demonstrator in record time.

The DePÔz demonstrator illustrates the growing maturity of the LMD-p process through the development of design and manufacturing rules, making the IRT Saint Exupéry a major player in the industrialisation of this technology. Laser Metal Deposition is a promising metal additive manufacturing technology for industrial applications. Indeed, the ability to adapt manufacturing parameters according to…

Congrats to Cassiopée Galy winner of the 2020 PhD Thesis Award from 3AF!

Cassiopée Galy, Research Engineer Additive Manufacturing at IRT Saint Exupéry won 2020 PhD Thesis Award from 3AF, the French scientific society of aeronautic and Space. Her thesis was supervised by I2M Laboratory and SPI Doctorale School of Bordeaux.  THESIS SUBJECT Study of the material / process interaction in order to optimize the operating conditions of the SLM additive manufacturing process applied to…

[Portrait 14] Jonathan Hugues, research engineer specialized in metal additive manufacturing

IRT Saint Exupéry pursues a series of portraits devoted to the men and women who best represent the institute: its researchers. Their high-level skills and wealth of experience contribute hugely to IRT Saint Exupéry’s performance and unique position, which is so crucial for its members and partners. Jonathan Hugues, 33, is a research engineer specialized…

Plinio Bau defended his thesis on Control of Wide Bandgap Power Transistors

On 3rd December 2020, Plinio Bau defended his thesis by zoom. His work was realized at Laplace laboratories and IRT Saint Exupéry, under the supervision of GEET doctoral school.The high quality and the relevance of Plinio’s thesis contributed to get significant results as a part of the EpowerDrive project. Thesis Subject “CMOS Active Gate Driver for Closed-Loop dv/dt Control of…

[Portrait 13] Fabio Coccetti, expert on reliability of critical components for aerospace

Fabio Coccetti, 47, is head of the High Reliability Energy Competence Center, working on reliability of critical components for aeronautics and space, such as those based on semiconductor technology, a multi-sector area that is a top priority in the industrial value chain. Fabio, who is passionate about technologies that enhance our lives, capitalizes on the…

A look back at one of the activities of the IRT’s composites division: thermoplastic composites.

These organic matrix composites, 50% lighter than steel, with exceptional intrinsic properties such as good damage tolerance, more resistant to temperature, abrasion due to corrosive products and high pressures and with good recyclability have been seducing industry for several years. These materials can be applied to numerous forming processes with shorter or more economical cycles…

Robin Acheen defended his thesis on the determination & influence of the existence of partial discharges in a railway traction system using SiC-based components

On 9th November 2020, Robin Acheen defended his thésis by zoom. Awarded by Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier University, his work was realized both at Laplace and LSEE laboratories, and IRT Saint Exupéry, under the supervision of GEET doctoral school.The high quality and the relevance of Robin’s thesis contributed to get significant results as a part of Highvolt project. Thesis Subject “Determination…

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